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I downloaded copyrighted music from a P2P... legally

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by ag22, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. ag22

    ag22 Regular member

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    http://www.peerimpact.com/
    This place is awesome. Thye have all music, by all artists, of all time. Its personal. The more you buy the more $$$ you get off. Its gonna be released soon. But I am a privalaged betta tester. Although no music is currently avaiable, you can DL normally free games/ programs. It DLs in patches just like BitTorrent, and has a similar feel to that of BitCOmet/ LimeWire. Although my beta version is a bit sketchy the DLs run at 215KBps, and the 1 song (mix1) that has been released is iTunes clear.
     
  2. Easycola

    Easycola Regular member

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    Don't know about how awesome, but this might hinder some of us using it, whenever it hits public state:

    "Due to licensing restrictions, Peer Impact is currently available to U.S. residents only."
     

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